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Published By The 

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FOREWORD 

In this book, the staff of Maids and a 
Man has recorded the events of 1941 
with the hope that in the years to come, 
you will glance through these pages and 
recall as pleasant memories, the friend- 
ships and activities of your high school 
days. 



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CONTENTS 

VIEWS 

FACULTY 

CLASSES 

FEATURES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

SNAPS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 




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DEDICATION 



The Annual Staff wishes 
to dedicate this volume of 
Maids and a Man to 

MISS ANN WISHART BRADDY 

who has always shown 
Q sincere and enthusiastic 
interest in every phas 
of our school life. 












I S S ANN B R A D D Y 






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MR. GARRETT 



TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL 

1940-41 TEACHERS 

T. H. Garrett. Principal 

A. Dorothy Hains, Assistant Principal 

Annie M. Page, French 

Gertrude J. Comey, English 

Mareia A. Clark, Home Economics 

Dorothy Halbert. Music 

Eleanor Boatwright, History 

Ann Braddy. English 

Edith Xachroan. Geography-Civics 

Lora M. Pearce. D. O.- Oc. Guild.-English 

Mary GiUiland. Mathematics 

Belle Walker, Civics 

Susie Langford. Mathematics 

Mary T. Miller, Spanish-Civics 

Mabel Byrd, English 

Sara FuUbright, Mathematics 

Margaret V. ^^Tiite. Home Economics 

Oralee King, Commercial 

Edna Rogers. Commercial 

Mary E. Strauss. Commercial 

Eeulah Mae Fender, English 

Grace Strauss. History 

Betty Jones. English 

Mary Miles, History 

Ruth McAuliffe. Latin 

Marie J. Hulbert, Science 

Bertha CarswelL ilathematics 

Mildred vonKamp. Commercial 

Eugenia Hutto, Mathematics 

Elizabeth Brisendine, Phj-s. Ed-Health 







Front Row — Miles. Hntto. Fender. Nachman 
Back Row — Walker. Langford. Lnckey 
Norris. White. 



Left to Right — ComeT. Hains, Gilliland. Halbert. Bearden. 
Clark! HilL Page. Byrd. Pearce 




Left to Kight — C'arswell, Von Kamp 
Miller, Stellinjj, King. Lansdell, Lom- 
bard, Fullbright, Videtto, Sumerau. 




Left to Right — Hulbert. Jones, Boatwright, Rogers, 
Braddy, Strauss, McAuliffe, Evans. 




Flora C. Thompson, English 

Amabel Lansdell, Mathematics 

Alice Sumerau, Science 

Juanita Luckey, English 

Sarah Emily Norris, English 

Elna Lombard, Phys. Ed.-Health 

Emily Stelling, Science 

Virginia Videtto, French-Latin 

Marguerite Palmer, Health-Civics-History 

Eleanor Bearden, English-Health 

Ruth Hill, Librarian 

Ruth Kimbrough, Pianist 

Mary Balk, Secretary 




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OFFICERS 

President KATHERINE ANNE EDELBLUT 

Vice-President MARY BURKE HATCHER 

Secretary ...MARY CHRISTIAN 

Sponsor MISS EDNA ROGERS 




KoKers. Edelblut. Christian, Hatcher 



A MESSAGE FROM THE SENIOR PRESIOENT 

The Senior Class has reached the final stage in its high school career. We came to 
Tubman in 1937, determined to be good students and to leave behind us good records ; we 
wanted the Class of 1941 to be remembered as a class that had taken advantage of the 
opportunities that Tubman offered. In part, we have succeeded; for certainly we have 
worked hard here, and we have the memory of four happy years— rich in achievement and 
in friendship. 

There is always regret when one leaves the known to launch out into the unknown. 
Our class has that regret, and we have fear and dread as well ; for we are going out into the 

world of upheaval. All of the values that 
our forefathers loved, fought for, and be- 
queathed to us are being challenged. 

There is a personal challenge for each 
one of us. We must not look back over the 
years that led up to this turmoil — except to 
seek causes ; we must look forward, and we 
must see to it that we do not in turn leave 
a troubled world for those who are to come 
after us. We must not allow the future to 
drag us along; we must reach into the fu- 
ture and find there the means of building 
a secure world. 

Years from now, we will read these words 
again. We will not read them with long- 
ing for the things that we have not accomp- 
lished; we will read them with regret that 
we could not know in 1941 all the richness 
KATHERiNE ANNE EDELBLUT ^"^ promise that life held for us. 







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O'er half the earth Confusion holds her sway 

Midst pain and strife, we stand on the threshold 

Of a dubious world — beyond the sheltered fold 

Of carefree youth. Each dreamy, studious day 

Has fitted us to take the unknown way, 

The untried path. What does this journey hold? 

What trials will prove our actual mold? 

Will our young hands still Freedom's sweet song play^ 

From bondage free, we'll ever keep our land, 

A citadel of laughter without fears! 

Our challenge this, accept it now we must! 

In a world of doubt, securely we will stand 

Then Peace and Promise for a thousand years 

Still is our heritage — our golden trust! 

MARCIA McCATHERN, '41. 



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ALICE ADAMS 
Modern Language 

DOROTHY ETHEL ADAMS 
Modern Language 

ELIZABETH AGERTON 
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HILDRETH REGNIA ADAMS 
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LOIS LEE BAILEY 

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BOBBY BARRENTINE 

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EDYTHE GWENDOLYN BARNES 
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MARGARET VIRGINIA BARWICK 

Modern Language 

MARY KATHLEEN BENETEAU 
Commercial 

ELLEM DAVIES BIGGAR 
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SHIRLEY RHEA BLUM 
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SARAH REBECCA EOYD 
General 

ROBERTA BROADWATER 
Modern Language 

FRANCES BROWN 
Commercial 



DOROTHY LEE BURKE 
General 

LUCY COOK CAMP 
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Modern Langruage 

MARY CARNAVAS 
Commercial 




ANNA BARBARA CHEESBOROUGH 
Commercial 

MAC CHRISTIAN 

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MARY CHRISTIAN 
Modern Language 

ANN STAFFORD CONOLLY 
Modern Language 



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Commercial 




KATHERINE ANNE EDELBULT 
Classical 

VIVIAN EDWARDS 
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ELIZABETH ALEXANDER COUNCILL 
Modern Language 

DOROTHY INEZ DAVIDSON 
Modern Language 

MARY JOAN DAVIDSON 
Modern Language 

FLORENCE DENNIS 
Modern Language 




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PATRICIA ELLIOTT 

Modern Langruage 

FRANCES AILEEN ETHEREDGE 
Modern Lang-uage 

LOUISE FIELDS 
Classical 

MARGARET FISKE 
Classical 





ANN ERWIN FLEMING 
Classical 

CATHERINE BARKSDALE FORTSON 
Classical 

JEWEL DORENE FOX 
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MAUDE VICTORIA GARY 
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BETTY HARDEN 
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PHYLLIS GUREN 
Modern Language 



DOROTHY GRAY 
Modern Language 

LIDWINA ROSA GRAYSON 
Modern Language 

DOROTHY GREAR 
Modern Language 

VIVIAN LOUISE GREESON 
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MARY HARPER 
Modern Language 

MARY BURKE HATCHER 
Modern Language 

GL0RL4 HOGAN HEARD 
Modern Language 

LOIS HOOPER 
Commercial 





NELLIE ESTELLE HORNE 
General 

BLANCHE EUGENIA HUGHES 
General 

DORIS LEONA HUNDLEY 

Modern Language 

DOROTHY EDNA HUNDLEY 
Modern Language 



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ELIZABETH HURST 
Classical 

BETTY IVEY 

Commercial 

MARY JULIA JE^^XINS 
Commercial 

VIRGINIA JAMESON 
Classical 



MADILYN RUTH JONES 
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EMILY ADELE KELLY 
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MARY ELIZABETH KEY 
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EVELYN CECELIA KING 
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FRANKIE DOROTHY KIRKLAND 
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SHIRLEY KLION 
Modern Language 

LOUISE KNAPP 
Classical 

LILLIAN CLAUDE KOGER 
Modern Language 



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LILLLA.N ELIZABETH LANDRUM 
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FRANKIE LANIER 
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ANN MARKWALTER 
Modern Language 



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BETTY MATHENY 
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MARCIA McCATHEHN 
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JACKIE LAVENIA McELVEEN 
Commercial 

MARGARET LYNELL McNAIR 
Modern Language 

NELL MEESE 
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Classical 

MYRA AUGUSTA MIDDLETON 
Modern Language 

EVELYN THERESA MILLER 
General 

MILDRED MILLS 
Modern Language 



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SUSAN MORRIS 
Classical 

MARGARET ADELLE MOSS 
Modern Language 

PAXSY REED NEAL 
General 

ERMA RUTH MURPHY 
Commercial 



GLADYS XETHERLAXD 
Commercial 




DORIS XEW1L\X 
Commercial 

ORA LOU MARGLTRITE O'HARA 
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Modern Language 

JANE POUND 
Modern Language 

INA TROTTIE PRESCOTT 
Modern Language 

LEILA PATRICIA PRICE 
Classical 






La VICA QUESTELLE 
Commercial 

HARRIET FUND 
Modern Language 

MARIE QUESTELLE 
Commercial 

JEAN RAE 
Commercial 



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AUDREY REYNOLDS 
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EVELYN SATCHER 
Commercial 

RUTH SHARPE 
Modern Langruage 

ELOISE SHEAHAN 
General 

CYNTHIA SHEFTALL 
Classical 






DORIS SIMS 
Classical 

DOROTHY SIMS 
Commercial 

ANNE SKELTON 
Modern Langruagre 

BETTY SMITH 
General 



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LOUISE TORPIN 
Modei-n Language 

DORIS VANN 
General 




BETTE JANE THOMAS 
Modern Language 



CLARA, SMITH 
General 

CORNELIA SMITH 
Commercial 

LENA STAVRO 
Modern Language 

CEIL STULB 
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MARGARET WHITE 
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ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 
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MARY LOU WILSON 
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Modern Language 

FRANCES WOODDALL 
Classical 

HELEN YABLON 
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Betty Jo Allen 

Sarah Allgood 

Marion Anderson 

Clara Bailey 



Olga Baker 

Christine Bevry 

Margaret Bethune 

Verna Mae Bible 



Aline Blumke 

Margaret Boulineau 
Betty Byrd 

Gloria Cadle 



Emily Carswell 

Hilda Carswell 

Alice' Carter 

Mary Cleckley 



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President ALLENE SUMNER 

Vice-President _ GLORIA LIVINGSTON 

Secretary ..RUTH READ 

Sponsor MISS ANN BRADDY 




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Jewel Coui-sey 

June Clair Covar 

Jeanne Culpepper 



Mary Danforth 

Virginia Daniel 

Mary Anne Daniels 
Marion Dean 



Betty Dicks 

Lorraine Elsroad 
Dorothy Fell 

Marthila Floyd 



Margaret Geer 

Frieda Gillman 

Betty Givens 

Ruth Goodwin 



Mae Grantham 

Hamilton Grigg 

Sarah Guillebeau 

Selita Gulledge 



Billie Hallman 

Gloria Hamilton 

Mary Margaret Hamilton 
Nancy Hardy 



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Katherine Harling 

Gertrude Haynes 
Anne Heins 

Edna Hildebrandt 



Miriam Howell 

Nucia Hurlbutt 
Louise Ivey 

Betty Jackson 



Elizabeth Jenny 

Betty Johnson 
Ann Jones 

Bertha Keilholtz 



Georgia Anne Kelly 

Anne Kendrick 

Mary Alice Key 

Camilla King 



Catherine La Roche 
Bertha Lee 

Ellen Lee 

Jean Lichtenstein 








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Gloria Livingston 

Dorothea Lonas 

Eddie Lee Luke 

Janelle Maloney 



Merrilyn Marston 

Thomasine McCoy 

Catherine McGowan 

Elease McGowan 



Evelyn McKie 

Margaret McNair 

Louise McNeely 

Grace Metzger 



Mary Pearl Meyer 

Patience Hurd Middleton 
Vera Middleton 

Mary Frances Mills 



Katherine Mitchell 

Carolyn Mobley 

Anna Mulheinn 

Helen Mulligan 







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Jewell Odom 

Mary Odom 

Dorothy Parker 



Carolyn Euclid Peebles 
Dorothy Peebles 

Marjorie Petersen 

Sarah Plane 



Mary Eveljm Price 
Ruth Read 

Nell Rivers 

Mary Heath Robertson 



Ruth Robertson 

Ruth June Rosier 
Vita Scott 

Mildred Sharpe 



Georgia Alice Shields 
Jane Marion Silver 
EUen Sligh 

Leona Jane Sluskv 





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Emily Smith 

Evelyn Smith 

Doris Snipes 

Carolyn Stallings 



Katherine Stearns 

Mary Alice Stratacos 
Sarah Stulb 

Allene Elizabeth Sumner 



Mildred Teuton 

Ethel Butler Timm 

Marguerite Toole 

Vera Vance 



Claire Vawter 

Virginia Vernelson 

Joanne von Sprecken 
Frances Warren 



Iris Westbrook 

Lucile Whitehead 
Dorothy Whitley 

Mary Frances Williams 







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President EMILY SHEFTALL 

Vice-President ANNE CREAMER 

Secretary HARRIETT WOFFORD 

Sponsor .MISS MARY MILES 



Madelyn seems to command as much attention as 
the camera. — The Soph. B's are very intent on' 

tMiss Clark's directions. — Just relaxing at 
recess. — Too posed for any serious study. — 
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Agree, Mary 
Anthony, Edna 
Aycock, Laura 
Baker, Dorothy 
Boggnis, Julia 
Bugg, Georgianne 
Caldwell, Leilou 
Canady, Louise 
Claussen, Anne 
Cook. Freida 
Daniel, Roslyn 
Darling, Anna 
Dixon, Virginia 



Dorn, Frances 
Dunaway, Faye 
Eckert, Betty 
Evans, Polly Jo 
Ewing, Mary Lay 
Glasser, Leah Rose 
Goode, Gene 
Goodwin, Madelyn 
Goodwin, Mary 
Grammer, Margaret 
Green, Audrey 
Hale, Joyce 
Hazard, Harriet 



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Holley, Dorothy 

Howard, Jewelle 

Jolles, Natalie 

Kahrs, Harriet 
Kelly, Anne 
Kelly, Margaret 
Logan, Hazel 
Matheny, Mary Ann 
McCoy, Donna 
Morgan. Carolyn 
Norvell, Katherine 
Parr, Dorothy 
Poss, Rachel 



Pugh, Martha Nell 
Ragan, Ethel 
Rice, Genevieve 
Rush, Joelle 
Rushing, Clara Mae 
Sheftall, Emily 
Stanford, Ettie Jane 
Sumereau, Dean 
Sweat, Marion 
Thompson, Dorothy 
Toole, Grace 
Timmons, Miriam 
Wade, Sue 
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Ansley, Viola 
Baber, Mary- 
Bailey, Mildred 
BarbeT, Nell 
Beckum, Margaret 
Beeland, Eleanor 
Bell, Beverly 
Bennett, Jewell 
Boatwright, Gloria 

Bums, Gloria 

Carroll, Mae 
Cato, Barbara 
Creamer, Anne 



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Dantzler, Shirley 
Davidson, Mildred 
Dolinsky, Florence 
Durdeli, Marylsm 
Everett, Miriam 
Flint, Marie Louise 
Gardner, Katherine 
Gatewood, Jean 
Gillman, Dorothy 
Grissom, Jessie 
Gunter, Leah 
Hardy, Doris 
Hatcher, Johnnie 
Haynes, Carmen 



Hudson, Norma 
Humphries, Annie Lee 
Ingram, Anne 
Johnson, Dolores 
King, Mary 
Langley, Kathryn 
Lee, Lou Ella 
McAlhany, Lillian 
McGahee, Jean 
McKie, Meara 
Morgan, Dorothy 
Murray, Ruby 
Odom, Betty Ruth 
O'Neal, Annette 



Overstreet, Merrie 
Owens, Betty Ruth 
Parrish, Edith 
Piatt, Frances 
Robins, Martha 
Sawilowsky, Ruth 
Sizemore, Mary 
Smith, Hilda 
TeBow, Mary 
Watkins, Eleanor 
Watson, Mary Alice 
White, Doris 
Wilson, Sarah 
Wofford, Harriet 






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Anchors, Bettie 


Dyal, La Verne 


Kerr, Carolyn 


Sizemore, Doris 




Barnes, Fiances 


Ellenberg, Nellie Mae 


Kirby, Francheon 


Sizemore, Juanita 




Beasley, Mary Elma 


Elliott, Frances 


Lee, Edna 


Smalley, Hulet 




Bennett, Annell 


Everett, Betty 


McCall, Quay 


Smith, Ruth Hill 




Blanchard, Antoinete 


Fallow, Louise 


McKagen, Su?an 


Smith, Vera 




Bradley, Mae Claire 


Gaddy, Mildred 


Miller, Edith 


Spradley, Camille 




Broome, Carolyn 


Gleason, Joyce 


Montgomery, Dorothy 


Stames, Dolly 




Buck, Barbara 


Hamby, Jane 


Moragne, Carolyn 


Stevens, Lillian 




Eurgess, Mary Lena 


Harnley, Jean 


Newsome, Sarah 


Tice, Marceline 




Carlton, Peggy 


Heaton. Margaret Ann 


Paschal, Joanne 


Todd, Mary 




Cheeks, Mary Ellen 


Heffernan, Ann 


Powell, Bernice 


Usry, Lucille 




Clark, Dorothy 


Holliman, Cecelia 


Redish, Barbara 


Van Horn, Mary Ella 




Cooper, Judy 


Howard, Madeline 


Screws, Kate 


Vass, Ella Juanita 




Doche, Judy 


James, Margaret 


Shapiro, Maxine 


Williams, Joyce 




Doche, Ann 


Jennings, Mary Louise 


Sheppard, Barbara 


Young, Carolyn 




Dorn, Frances 


Jones, Blanche 














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Anderson, Jane 


Ford, Jewel 


Johnson, Vera 


Radford, Ruth 




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Foster, Evelyn 


Jones, Irene 


Radford, Virginia 


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Beck, Earline 


Frierson, Helen 


Judy, Betty 


Rhodes, Evelyn 






Bivins, Marilyn 


Gantt, Florie 


Kendrick, Mary 


Russell, Katherine 






Bragg, Helen 
Brantley, Hazel 
Burrum, Esther 


Gay, Billie 


Key, Laura 


Sanders, Sara 






Gunter, Margie 


Koger, Mae Belle 


Sorrow, Dorothy 






Busch, Hazel 


Hadden, Margaret 


Lamar, Mary 


Sorrow, Dorris 






Cartleclge, Doris 


Hamilton, Mary 


Lane, Alma 


Stanton, Mattie 






Cheyney, Estelle 


Harmon, Luvernia 


Langdon, Anne 


Steerman, Katherine 






Chumley, Agnes 


Harwell, Charlotte 


Langdon, Ruth 


Sturman, Martha 






Cloud, Bunny 


Hatcher, Margaret 


Lever, Doris 


Terry, Dorothy 






Cole, Nettie Lee 


Havird, Helen 


Lynch, Margaret 


Thompson, Christine 






Creech, Betty 


Herndon, Mable 


Lynn, Lillian 


Trussell, Ena Mae 






Danforth, Virginia 


Hodges, Doris 


Maddox, Mary 


Tucker, Jean 


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Davis, Rita 


Holland, Doris 


Miller, Sara 


Waddy, Willa 






Deas, Lois 


Holley, Doris 


Newman, Myrtis 


Ward, Nell 






Dowling, Patricia 


Hooper, Eleanor 


Norris, Evelyn 


Wenner, Emily 






Dyson, Odessa 


Huff, Helen 


Pardue, Earline 


Willingham, Gloria 






Edwards, Hazel 


Hunt, Elsie 


Pui-vis, Helen 


Wright, Sara 






Faulkner, Ruby 


Ivey, Margaret 


Raburn, Robbie 


Young, Mildred 








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SOPHOMORE C3, C4, C5 



Amos, Ruth 
Barden, Harriette 
Cadden, Mary Olive 
Cannady, Helen 
Cloud, Marjorie 
Coleman, Mildred 
Cosnahan, Dorothy 
Crenshaw, Marjraret 
Crouch, Jewel 
Etterlee, Minnie Lee 
Faglie, Bessie 
Fallow, Belle 
Ford, Mildred 
Goodson, Margie 
Greer, Glenoris 
Griffith, Iris 
Hadwin, Otelia 
Haywood, Saiah 



Hendefson, Leila 
Hendrix, Sue 
Hensley, Vivian 
Holmes, Florence 
Ivey, Catheiine 
Jones, Bertha 
Jordan, Doris 
Keilholtz, Goldie 
Kelly, Lor..ne 
Kitchens, Elsie 
Knotts, Marie 
Lange Carolyn 
Lazenby, Anne 
Lewis, Jewel 
Little Louise 
Long, Rachel 
Maloney, Juanita 
Masters, Thelma 



McCann, Evelyn 
McCox, Louise 
McKeoun, May 
Mixon, Mahelline 
Montgomery Dorothy 
Moody Mildred 
Odum, Dorothy 
Palmer, Louise 
Perry, Inez 
Powell, Margaret 
Price, Cherry 
Price, Mary Anne 
Price, Ollie Thelma 
Quarles, Jewel 
Quinn, Hilda 
Reese, Mary 
Reeves, Sarah 
Renew, Gladys 



Rowe, Vivian 
Sammons, Evelyn 
Sills, Lucille" 
Sizemore, Dorothy 
Smith, Gloria 
Strickland, Betty 
Ulm, Evelyn 
Utley, Edith 
Vignati, Carmolina 
Walker, Virginia 
Whaley, Dorothy 
Wiggins, Elaine 
Wood, Belle 
Young, Wrances 
Young, Marion 
Youngblood, Betty 
Zeller, Lena 








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OFFICERS 

President MARY JANE HUTTO 

Vice-President SUZANNE HARDY 

Secretary CALIOPE GAVALAS 

Sponsor MISS ELNA LOMBARD 



Gavalas, Hardy. Hutto, Lombard 



The future homemakers take lessons from Mrs. White. 
Freshman C's listen attentively to Miss Fender's explanation. 



Waiting for a ride home. 

"Line up. girls, for your picture!" 

Freshman B's talk things over at reces.s. 












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A to C 



Abney, Veliti?. 
Adams, Mary 
Allen, Claudine 
Allen, Mai-tina 
AUgood. Betty 
Anderson, Inez 
Ashe, Dorothy 
Bailey, Mary E. 
Ballard. Anne 
Barrett, Hazel 
Barrett, Mary 
Bassing, Peggy 
Baxter, Juanita 
Beal, Louise 
Beck, Gloria 
Beckum, Ruth 
Beneteau. Elizabeth 
Bennett, Frankie 



Berman, Bernice 
Bikas, Helen 
Blackstone, Gladys 
Blackstone, Grace 
Blair, Hazel 
Bland. Carolyn 
Bland, Elmo 
Blanos, Jean 
Boardman, Betty 
Boatwright, Mai-tha 
Boles, Beverly 
Bowman, Audrey 
Bradley, Fay Dora 
Bradley, Doris 
Erannen, Lorine 
Britton, Marilyn 
Broome, Dorothy 
Brown, Doris 



Buck, Josie Mae 
Buck, Kathrine 
Burdashaw, Agnes 
Burke, Mildred 
B'lrns. Betty 
Bush. Kathryn 
Bussell, Betty 
Bussey, Salley 
Butler, Betty 
Byrd, Mary Anne 
Campbell, Beatrice 
Carpenter, Betty 
Carstai-phen, Marjorie 
Carter, Georgia 
Cartledge, Dorothy 
Carter, Georgia 
Cartledge, Dorothy 
Cartledge, Dorothy 



Carr, Helen 
Cason, Leona 
Cato, Mildred 
Cave, Anne 
Cave, La Verne 
Cave, Wynons 
Chambers, Hilda 
Chavous, Bernice 
Chavous, Edith 
Clingenpeel. Wanda 
Coffield, Juanita 
Cole, Enda 
Colley, Thelma 
Collie, Helene 
Collier, Barbara Anne 
Collier. Kathrine 
Collins, Kathrine 
Collins, Mildred 





C to H 



Cook, Viola Anne 
Corley, Frankie 
Corley, Octavia 
Counts, Margaret 
Cox, L-odenia 
Crouch, Lodema 
Crouch, Mary Louisa 
Cumbee, Mildred 
Curry, Evelyn 
Daniels, Billy 
Davenport, Delois 
Davidson, Peggy 
Davis, Bemice 
Davis, Vonetta 
DeLoach, Myrtis 
DeLong, Frances 
Denton, Barbara 
DeVaney, Margaret 



Dike, Ruth 
Dixon, Pauline 
Dowd, Theresa 
Dozier, Beverly 
Drawdy, Ullainee 
Driggars, Marcelle 
Dunaway, Betty 
Duncan, Janet 
Durden, June 
Dyches, Sadie 
Eidson, Zola 
Etheredge, Virginia 
Eubanks, Helen Ada 
Eubanks, Jewel 
Eubanks, Mary 
Farmer, Sadie 
Farr, Adele 
Farriba, Anne 



Farris, La Varne 
Faulkner, Betty 
Fields, Elmo 
Ford, Dorothy 
Foster, Betty 
Gardner, Carolyn 
Garnto, Shellie 
Garrison, Vivian 
Gavalas, Caliope 
Gay, Carolyn 
Glover, Rita 
Goldberg, Lea 
Goldman, Martha 
Goodman, Ollie Mae 
Granimer, Fay 
Gray, Louise 
Graves, Martha 
Greene, Doris 



Greene, Mary 
Gregory, Margaret 
Griffith, Elizabeth 
Grimaud, Cornelia 
Griver, Thelma 
Hadden, Helen 
Hagin, Doris 
Hains, Vivian 
Hall, Eleanor 
Hall, Kathrine 
Hamilton, Lillie Mae 
Hardeman, Olivia 
Harden, Doris 
Hardy, Suzanne 
Harp, Dolly 
Hartley, Adrienna 
Havird, Carolyn 
Haynie, Anna Willis 




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H to M 



Henderson, Margaret 
Hendrix, Betty 
Hennies, Margarita 
Hensley, Blanch 
Higgenbotham, Dorothy 
Hildebrandt, Julia 
Hobbs, Evelyn 
Hodges, Eloise 
Hollins, Helen 
Holton, Avondine 
Home, Mary 
Home, Katie 
Howard, Beulah 
Howard, Boyce 
Howard, Willie Lee 
Homell, Betty Jean 
Hughes, Margaret 
Hutchinson, Carrie 



Hutto, Mary Jane 
Inglett, Helen 
Inglet, Laverne 
Ivey, Lillian 
Jackson, Dorothy 
Jennings, Winifred 
Johnson, Bemice 
Johnson, Dorothy 
Johnson, Elizabeth 
Johnson, Eva Sue 
Johnson, Georgia 
Johnson, Geraldine 
Johnson, Helen 
Johnson, Ruth 
Jones, Betty 
Jones, Mary Ellis 
Jordan, Ruth 
Kahrs, Hilda 



Kelley, Jewel 
King, Joyce 
Kitchens, Lucille 
Koger, Shirley 
Lackman, Gloria 
Landers, Doris 
Lanier, Edna 
Lanier, Eula 
Lona, Phillis 
Lemmon, Doris 
Lever, Billie 
Lever, Ruth 
Lewis, Mildred 
Lonergan, Jenette 
Luni, Mildred 
Luquii'e, Myrtis 
Maddox, Lila Mae 
Manuel Mary 



Martin Marjorie 
Martin, Virginia 
Mathewson, Patricia 
Mathis, Doi-a Lee 
Mauldin, Carolyn 
Maxwell, Anna 
May, Virginia 
McAlhany, Frances 
McCall, Maxine 
McCarthy, Kathleen 
McElveen, Doris 
McKellar, Carrie' Belle 
McKellar, Elizabeth 
McKeown, Dorothy 
McKie, Mararet 
McManus, Doris 
McNeil. Pauline 
Meadows, Betsy 






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Meads, Dorothy 
Menger, Louise 
Merritt. Mary 
Mertins, May 
Middleton, Betty 
Middleton, Sally 
Miller, Mary Magdaline 
Milligan, Laurie 
Mills, Gloria 
Mills, Laveme 
Mobley, Kathleen 
Montgomery, Helen 
Morris, Annie Mae 
Morris, Dorothy 
Morgan, Sarah 
Murphey, A-idrena 
Murphy, Elizabeth 
Myers, Dorothy 
Nance, Betty 



Neal, Thelma 
Newman, Evelyn 
Newsome, Elise 
Nobles, Monteen 
Norris, Jimmie 
Ogletree, AgTies 
O'Hara, Mary Frances 
Owens, Margie 
Palmer, Elsie 
Paopas, Rosalie 
Pardue, Mary N. 
Parks, Dorothy 
Parks, Julia 
Parrish, Margaret 
Parkerson. Avonell 
Patterson, Anne 
Patterson, Betty 
Patterson, Miriam 
Patrick, Mildred 



Payne, Juanita 
Pearson, Florence 
Peai-re. Anne 
Pendleton. Rosa Lee 
Pennington, Hazel 
Penry, Marye 
Pereyra, Jewel 
PeTry, Dor .'■hy 
Philips, Catherine 
Philpot, Anne 
Peel, Virginia 
Pitts, Rubye 
Poole. Barbara 
Pope. Vema 
Potter, Josephine 
Powell. Be+ty 
Powell, Eugenia 
Powell, Mary 
Powell, Peggy 



Prather, Barbara 
Price. Joyce 
Quinn, Betty 
Rachels, Gloria 
Radford, Wilma 
Raffield. Doris 
Redd, Hilda 
Reese, Maggie 
Reese, Margarite 
Reeves, Margaret 
Renew, Mary 
Reynolds, Willie Mae 
Rheney, Martha 
Rhoades, Mary 
Rhodes, Edith 
Rhodes. Mary Alice 
Rickerson, Annie Mae 
Robinson, Vivian 
Rose, Anne 













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Rosier, Mattie Leah 
Rosamond, Betty 
Ross, Dorothy 
Rowe, Ernestine 
Rupert, Mary 
Russell, Jewell 
Rutledge', Dora Mae 
Scoggins, Eleanor 
Scott, Anne 
Scott, Loyce 
Seigler, Lulvanne 
Sillers, Opalee 
Shepherd, Juanita 
Shirley, Martha 
Sims, Nell 
Slusky, Sara Belle 
Smalley, Dorothy 
Smaragdis, Mary 
Smith, Annie May 
Smith, Elviria 



Smith, Katherine 
Smith, Lila Lee 
Smith, Ruth 
Smitherman, Betty 
Spyres, Agatha 
Stewart, Margie 
Storey, Laverne 
Storey, Myrtle 
Storino, Marie 
Storey, Dorothy 
Taylor, Sarah 
Thomas, Elsie 
Thomas, Norma 
Thompson, Betty 
Thompson, Elease 
Thompson, Joanne 
Thurmond, Dolores 
Timmerman, Lillian 
Timmerman, Mary Helen 
Thrash, Jean 



Tomkins, Adrienne 
Tootle, Gladys 
Trapnell. Virginia 
Tudor, Alice 
Tudor, Mary Elizabeth 
Turner, Elsie 
Van Pelt, Constance 
Von Sprecken, Mary Chase 
Waddy, Dolores 
Walden, Joyce 
Walker, Mary 
Waller, Barbara 
Walters, Marianna 
Ward, Rose Mai-y 
Welch, Mary Ellen 
Welch, Mary Agnes 
Whaley, Bernice 
Whitehead, Frances 
Whitt, Elizabeth 



Whittle, Marion 
Wiggins, Laura 
Wilensky, Shirley 
Williams, Dorothy 
Willingham Elizabeth 
Wilson, Almeda 
Wilson, Letiora 
Wilson, Mary Dorothy 
Wolf, Frances 
Wolf, Frances 
Wolf, Verna 
Wong, Elizabeth 
Wong, Lillian 
Wood, Helen 
Woodward, Marjorie 
Wright, Marion 
Wright, Mildred 
Young, Patsy 
Youngblood, Marjorie 




^^^SUPERLATIVES 

as Voted by the 
Senior Class 



Gowns and Settings 

through the courtesy of 

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Marcia McCathern 



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Katherine Anne Edelblut 











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Elizabeth Hurst 





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Carolyn has eaten her way 
through four annuals — Frances is 
catching on while Sydney has other 
interests. 




Candid shot of Erin, our candid 
shot enthusiast. 



Cynthia and Catherine in a quiet 
moment on Student Patrol. 



Louise resting in the library. 










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IL 1941 MAIDS 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF SALLY MARTIN 

BUSINESS MANAGER ... ELIZABETH HURST 



Martin, McAuliffe. 

FACULTY ADVISER 
Miss Ruth McAuliffe 

ASSISTANT FACULTY ADVISERS 

Miss Ann Braddy, Literary 
Miss Betty Jones, Pictures 
Miss Edna Rogers, Sale of Annuals 
Miss Belle Walker, Business 




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AND A MAN STAFF 



LITERARY EDITORS 

Marcia McCathern Margaret Moss 

Katherine Anne Edelblut Frances Wooddall 

ART EDITORS 
Louise Torpin Myra Middleton 

BUSINESS STAFF 
Betty Smith Ceil Stulb 

Roberta Broadwater Joan Davidson 

JUNIOR MEMBERS 
Nancy Hardy Bertha Lee 

Anne Heins Jane Silver 

Nucia Hurlbutt Allene Sumner 

SOPHOMORE MEMBERS 
Anne Creamer Anne Kelly 

Gene Goode Margaret Lynch 



MAIDS AND A MAJV got under way when Mr. 
Garrett appointed as our faculty adviser, Miss 
Ruth McAuliffe, who, in turn, chose her faculty 
assistants. The faculty advisers selected the 
staff. The sale of annuals was launched with a 
chapel program at which skits from former Maids 
and a Man were read. Long months were spent 
in getting ads, pictures, snaps, literary contribu- 
tions, and sketches. Now that the annual is com- 
pleted, we have decided to enter it in the nation- 
wide contest for rating annuals. 




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standing — Silver, Heins, Hurlbutt, Sumner. 
Seated — Lee, Hardy, Middleton. 




> STUDENT 



OFFICERS 

President MAC CHRISTIAN 

Vice-President ALLENE SUMNER 

Secretary EMILY SHEFTALL 

Student Patrol Captain MARY HARPER 

„ ,. A^ • ^ MISS GRACE STRAUSS 

Faculty Advisers. | ^^^^ gj^j^^.^^^ CARSWELL 



Harper, Sheftall, Strauss, Carswell, Sumner, Christian. 



Our Student Council Association is 
composed of officers, and the entire 
student body. The governing body of 
the Association is made up of officers 
elected by the student body and of a 
representative from each home room. 



This year we presented a chapel pro- 
gram on The History of the Flag. We 
instituted a Students' Day on April 
first. All classes were taught by girls; 
and Mac Christian filled Mr. Garrett's 
place, while Mary Harper was Miss 
Dora and Allene Sumner was Miss Balk. 




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COUNCIL 



MEMBERS 



Anchors, Betty 
Barnes, Gwendolyn 
Berman, Bernice 
Blackstone, Grace 
Burrum, Esther 
Chaney, Viola 
Daniel, Roslyn 
Doche. Ann 

Edelblut, Katherine Anne 
Eubanks, Helen 



Gulledge, Selita 
Hadden, Helen 
Hardy, Suzanne 
Hatcher, Mary Burke 
Hendrix, Betty 
Hensley, Blanche 
Hodges, Doris 
Hudson, Norma 
Hurst, Elizabeth 
Jackson, Betty 
Johnson, Dolores 



Kelly, Anne 
Kendrick, Anne 
Kitchens, Elsie 
Knapp, Louise 
Lum, Mildred 
Martin, Sally 
Matthewson, Patricia 
Merritt, Elizabeth 
Michel, Carolyn 
Mulcay, Doris 
Newman, Doris 



Parkerson, Avonell 
Rachels, Gloria 
Renew, Gladys 
Saxon, Minnie Lee 
Sheftall, Cynthia 
Smith, Katherine 
Thompson, Dorothy 
Timmerman, Mary Helen 
Von Sprecken, Joanne 
White, Margaret 
Wooddall, Frances 




One of the bi-monthly meet- 
ings of Student Council. 




ATHLETIC 



President ilAEGAPwET ^"HITE 

Vice-President JIARGL'ERITE TOOLE 

Treasurer ROSYLX DANIEL 

Secretary CLAYTON DANIEL 

FACULTY ADMSERS: 
iliss Elizabeth Brisendine 
iliss Elna Lombard 



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Seated — Toole. Daaiel. R.. Daniel. C. 
Standing — Lombard. White. Brisendine. 



MEMBERS 



SENIORS: 
Christain, Mary 
Daniel. Clayton 
Daniel, Harriet 
Davidson, Joan 
Hurst, Elizabeth 
Skelton, Anne 
Wtite, Margaret 



JUNIORS: 
Hardy, Nancy 
Lee. Bertha 
Mobley. Carolyn 
Read. Ruth 
Shields, Georgia Alice 
Toole, Marguerite 




SOPHOMORES: 

Creamer, Anne 
Daniel, Rosyln 
Goode. (iene 
Kahrs, Harriet 
Thompson. Dorothy 
Wienges, Martha 



Freshman VolleTball Team 



ASSOCIATION 



The purpose of the Tubman Athletic As- 
sociation is to promote intramural activities 
and to instill a spirit of fair play in the 
minds of the girls. 

Each year points are given for scholar- 
ship, athletic ability, and participation in 
school activities, and emblems and awards 
are given by the Athletic Association to the 
girls qualifying for them. There is also a 
medal for the winner of the tennis tourna- 
ment in the spring. Probably the most cov- 
eted distinction of all is the cup given to the 
senior who, in her four years at Tubman, 
has proved herself to be a well rounded 
student. 

This year the juniors played the seniors 
for the volleyball championship. The juniors 
won but the seniors had already challenged 
the faculty to an exhibition game. Contrary 
to custom, an admission of five cents was 
charged and the proceeds of the game 




Top row — Davidson, Head, Creamer, Hardy, Goode, Hurst 
Middle row — Christian, Wienges, Lee, Shields, Thompson. 
Bottom row — Kahrs, H. Daniel, White, C. Daniel, R. Daniel. 



The Juniors are receiving instructions on the fine points of baskethall. 




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The Juniors are well pleased with 
the outcome of the basketball tour- 
nament. 



went to the annual staff. To the surprise of all, the faculty team — though they lost the 
first — won the last two games to become the winners for the first time in history. No doubt 
it was largely due to the fact that Miss Ann Braddy made them practice more than other 
faculty teams had done in the past. 

The seniors lacked quantity if not quality on their basketball team. Against the fresh- 
man six, the seniors had four players, two guards and two forwards. It was only with an 
extra two minutes to break the tie that the seniors could win. However, the juniors were 
two too much for this sort of team so they easily won the tournament. 

The juniors won the ring tennis tournament by winning all three games that they played. 

For the first time in three years the Athletic Association put on a gym exhibition. Much 
time, effort, and cooperation was manifested by the girls. 



The ring tennis championship went to the Sophomore team. 



Volleyball also went to the Juniors. 








Dance Club 




OFFICERS 

President BOBBY BARREINTINE 

Vice-President BERTHA LEE 

Sec'y.-Treas ANNE CREAMER 

Director MISS ELNA LOMBARD 



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The Dance club, under the able direction 
of Miss Elna Lombard, enjoyed a very ac- 
tive year. Miss Lombard concentrated on 
ballet of two extreme types — "Temple 
Bells", an oriental dance, and "Tales from 
the Vienna Woods", both of which were 
originated by Ted Shawn. 



EMBERS 



Sarah Allgood 
Edna Anthony 
Ellen Bigger 
Julia Boggus 
Roslyn Daniel 
Ann Doche 
Frances Elliott 
Nancy Hardy 
Jean Harvley 
Harriet Hazard 



Ann Heins 
Cecelia Holliman 
Natalie Howard 
Mary Frances Mills 
Jane Silver 
Lillian Gay Stevens 
Grace Toole 
Marguerite Toole 
Martha Wienges 
Harriett Wofford 








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The Dance Club practices for the gym exhibition. 





GLEE 



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GLEE CLUB CALENDAR 

Nov. 26th-27th— Tubman Assembly— 

1. Hymn of Thanksgiving. 

2. Dutch Hymn. 

Dec. 15th — Christmas Carol Programme at the Municipal Audi- 
torium — 

1. Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones. 

2. March of the Kings. 

3. We wish you a Merry Christmas. 

Dec. 20th — Tubman Assembly — 
Christmas Carols. 

April 11th — All State Chorus at the Municipal Auditorium — 



Knapp, Halbert. 



1. Popule Meus. 

2. Lo, a Voice. 

3. Fairies Dance 

4. Willie, Take Your Tiny 
Drum. 

May 1st — Tubman Demonstration- 
Latin American Interlude. 

1. Rosa, Let Us Be Dancing. 

2. In Mexico. 

3. Carmela. 

4. La Violetera — Leona Jane 
Slusky. 

May 9th— Glee Club Banquet. 



5. Conchita. 

6. Home. 

7. Dark Water. 



La Paloma — Jane 
and Alice Adams. 
Carmencita. 



Pound 



7. Conchita. 




CLUB 



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OFFICERS 

President VIOLA CHANEY 

Vice-President JANE POUND 

Secretary MARY CHRISTIAN 

Treasurer MARY BURKE HATCHER 

Pianist LOUISE KNAPP 

Director MISS DOROTHY HALBERT 



MEMBERS 




Front row — Hatcher, 
Back row — Goodwin, 



Pound, Chaney, Christian. 
Hutto, Farlow. 



Alice Adams, Jane Allen, Aline Blumke, Margaret Boulineau, Barbara 
Buck, Agnes Burdashaw, Margie Carstarphen, Hilda Carswell, Emily Cars- 
well, Annie Carver, Viola Chaney, Mac Christian, Mary Christian, Jennie 
Sue Cliatt, Barbara Ann Collier, Freid'a Cook, Judy Cooper, Virginia Davis, 
Virginia Dixon, Florence Dolinsky, Helen Eubanks, Mary Erving, Dorothy 
Farlow, Adele Farr, Ann Fleming, Marie Louise Flint, Catherine Foi-tson, 
Betty Givens, Margie Goodson, Mary Goodwin, Margaret Grammer, Sara Guillebeau, Phyllis Guren, Vivian Mains, Mary Hamil- 
ton, Mary Burke Hatcher, Edna Hildebrandt, Norma Hudson, Mary Jane Hutto, Vera Johnson, Hilda Kahrs, Mary King, Frankie 
Kirkland, Louise Knapp, Jean Lichenstein, Thomasine McCoy, Jean McGahee, Meara McKie, Evelyn McKie, Louise McNeely, 
Louise Menger, Mary Merritt, Gloria Mills, Carolyn Mobley, Carolyn Morgan, Ruby Murry, Annette O'Neal, Dorothy Parr, 
Marjorie Petersen, Sara Plane, Hilda Popkin, Jane Pound, Betty Lee Quinn, Mary Rhoades, Martha Roesel, Ruth Rosier, 
Lulyanne Seigle, Maxine Shapiro, Mildred Sharpe, Anne Skelton, Leona Jane Slusky, Sara Belle Slusky, Emily Smith, Hilda 
Smith, Agatha Spires, Dean Sumerau, Marian Sweat, Alice Teudor, Christine Teudor, Mary Timmerman, Helen Wood. 







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straightening the capes 
before the singing of 
Christmas carols. 



The Glee Club practices 
"Rosa" for their part 
in the Gym Exhibition. 




LytcLmcLtLc CLUB 



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OFFICERS 

President FRANCES WOODDALL 

Vice-President .._ CAROLYN MICHEL 

Secretary-Treasurer NANCY HARDY 

Director MISS ANN BRADDY 





Barrentine 

McCathern 

Hurst 

Morris 

Michel 

White 



Smalley 

F'lane 

Popkin 

Grigg 

Cliatt 

Toole 

Mills 



Elliott 

Sheftall 

Paschal 

Wienges 

Toole 

Rush 



Braddy, Wooddall, Hardy, Michel. 



MEMBERS 

Mary Ellen Bailey, Bobby Barrentine, Marjorie 
Carstarphen, Anne Claussen, Mary Cleckley, Jen- 
nie Sue Cliatt, Jeanne Culpepper, Florence Do- 
linsky, Katherine Anne Edelblut, Frances Elliott, 
Mary Lay Ewing, Dorothy Farlow, Adele Farr, 
Leah Rose Glasser, Margaret Grammer, Hamilton 
Grigg, Nancy Hardy, Maiy Burke Hatcher, Har- 
riet Hazard, Edna Hildebrandt, Elizabeth Hurst, 
Hariette Kahrs, Phyllis Lang, Bertha Lee, Sally 
Martin, Marcia McCathern, Carolyn Michel, 
Patience Middleton, Mary Frances Mills, Susan 
Morris, Katherine Norvell, Joanne Paschal, Hilda 
Popkin, Elizabeth Rose, Joel Rush, Sydney San- 
ders, Cynthia Sheftall, Emily Sheftall, Leona 
Jane Slusky, Elizabeth Smalley, Grace Toole, 
Margaret White, Martha Wienges, Shirley Wilen- 
sky, Frances Wooddall. 



Farr, Wllensky, 

Carstarphen. 

Bailey. 



Kahrs 

Dolinsky 

Hazard 

Ewing 

Claussen 

Norvell 

Farlow 





Ton may inform 
the young ladies 
that I have ar- 
rived. 



Make yourselves at home, girls. 



The Dramatic Club chose JESSICA'S 
JOURNEY, a farce-comedy by Edwin 
Scribner, for its production this year. Six 
school girls (Frances Wooddall, Sydney 
Sanders, Mary Burke Hatcher, Nancy 
Hardy, Bertha Lee, and Mary Cleckley) 
board the train for Washington (see cut) ; 
however, they end by playing maid to the 
Foster Sisters (Katherine Anne Edelblut 
and Sally Martin) who live in a magnifi- 
cent old home which they are about to 
lose. It all happened because Miss Dor- 
cas (Margaret Grammer) who is in 
charge of the girls is an old friend of the 
Fosters. Aunt Charity Foster (Patience 
Middleton) arrives from Florida just in 
time to save the girls from selling their 
home to Mrs. Eggleston (Cynthia Shef- 
tall) who wants it in time for her daugh- 
ter's (Leah Rose Glasser) birthday party. 



Kind of put if 
over on you, didn't 
they. Mama.. 



Could you — would 
you put us up for 
one night? 



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OFFICERS 

CAROLYN MICHEL 
President 

KATHERINE ANNE EDELBLUT 
Prog:i-am Chairman 

MISS RUTH McAULIFFE 
Faculty Adviser 




Edelblut, McAuIiffe, MicheL 



Back row — 
Martin. Gary, 
Meese. 

F'ront row — 

Wooddall. Michel. 





The Latin Club, compoged of all senior 
Latin students, nke^ts (^v^ry/^t^^^^^at 
the homes of the members. The prograitw^x 
at these meetings have supplemented -y*^^^ 
course in the Aeneid and Met^moi^hoses 
-study of the Greek and Roman 
e Club has also enjoye^ 
ing Latin crosi 
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MEMBERS 

Katherine Anne Edelblut Marcia McCathern 

Ann Fleming Nell Meese 

Maude Gary Carolyn Michel 

Elizabeth Hurst Susan Morris 

Sally Martin Frances Wooddall 



Fleming, Edelblut, McCathern, Morris, Hurst. 
Gathered for one of the meetings. 




IL TUBMAN OBSERVER 



STAFF 

LOUISE KNAPP 

Editor-in-chief 

MISS MABEL BYRD, MISS RUTH 

HILL, MISS GERTRUDE COMEY 

Faculty Advisers 

VIRGINIA JAMESON 

Business Manager 

MARY HARPER Assistant Business Manager 

CAROLYN MICHEL Literary Editor 

GEORGIA ALICE SHIELDS Asst. Literary Editor 

MARGARET FISKE Circulating Editor 

EMILY SHEFTALLL Asst. Circulating Editor 

MARGUERITE TOOLE Social Editor 

MARY FRANCES MILLS Asst. Social Editor 

MARGARET WHITE Sports Editor 

REPORTERS: 

Ann Fleming, Martha Roesel, Mary Cleckley, Jennie Sue 
Cliatt, Grace Toole, Margie Carstarphen, Suzanne Hardy, 
Margaret Ann Heaton, Anne Kelly, Vivian Hains. 



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Assistant Editors — Back row: Shields, Harper. Sheftall. 

Front row: Fiske, Michel, White, 

Toole. 

Reporters — Back row: Fleming, Cliatt, Hardy. Kelly, 

Cleckley. 

Front row — G. Toole, Hains, Carstarphen. 




Jameson, Hill 



The Tubman Observer draws its staff 
from all the classes of Tubman. 

In December of this year, Louise Knapp 
and Virginia Jameson organized our 
staff. Then we sponsored a contest in 
order to get a name for the paper. This 
was won by Barbara Ann Collier, a sopho- 
more. During this year we have pub- 
lished four issues, and in these we have 
endeavored to present all phases of Tub- 
man activities to the girls. Of all the in- 
teresting articles our journal contained, 
perhaps the two most popular were the 
social column and the fashion notes. 

It is the aim of the Tubman Observer 
to stimulate an interest in all types of 
journalism. 



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CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President ELIZABETH HURST 

Vice-President ..ERIN CANNON 

Secretary-Treasurer MARGARET WHITE 

Faculty Adviser MISS EMILY STELLING 





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MEMBERS 

Virginia Anderson, Lois Bailey, Bobby Barrentine, Roberta 
Broadwater, Erin Cannon, Annie Lee Chambers, Clayton 
Daniel, Vivian Edwards, Dorothy Gray, Vivian Greeson, 
Hamilton Grigg, Betty Grinei, Betty Harden, EKzabeth 
Hurst, Margaret Jones, Frankie Kirkland, Sally ?vlartin, 
Carolyn Michel, Susan Morris, Margaret Moss, Sydney 
Sanders. Margaret White, Fiances Wooddall. 



Top — White. Stelling, Hurst. Cannon. 

The screen is to the left, girls — Carolvn 
blocks Sally. 



The Camera Club is one of the newest 
clubs at Tubman, having been organized in 
the fall of 1940 for the purpose of giving the 
gills who are interested in photography a 
chance to learn more about it. There are 
facilities for developing and printing pic- 
tures in the chemistry lab. During the year, 
the members of the club have gone on 
several expeditions to get outdoor shots, 
and they have enjoyed seeing some colored 
movies. 





Don't listen to any directions from your left. Frances- 
Return engagement: Sally blocks Carolyn. 



The girls enjoy having their pictures taken 
as much as they enjoy taking pictures. 



GIRL RESERVES 




Grayson, Hundley, Wilson, Broadwater. 



The Girl Reserves start the 
year with a membership tea. 
TTie enthusiasm is high as three 
clubs are organized — a freshman 
group, a West End group, and a 
group for upper classmen. 

At the weekly meetings, in- 
vited speakers bring ideas on 
world affairs, Friendship, Per- 
sonality, Etiquette, or the mem- 
bers engage in general discus- 
sion. The girls take time for 
handicraft, camping trips, and 
many stimulating and enjoyable 
activities. 

Practicing etiquette 



OFFICERS 

President... DOROTHY HUNDLEY 

Vice-President LIDWINA GRAYSON 

Secretary MARY LOU WILSON 

Treasurer ROBERTA BROADWATER 

Adviser MRS. GREGG PARKER 

MEMBERS 

SENIORS— R. Broadwater, H. Brown, Erin Cannon, Dot Gray, L. 

Grayson, Dot Hundley, D. Hundley, M. Moss, E. Mulcay, C. Smith, 

M. L. Wilson. 
JUNIORS— B. J. Allen, V. .\nchors, M. Boulineau, J. Coursey, J. Cul- 
pepper, V. Davis, Margaret Geer, K. Harling, E. Hildebrandt, K. 

Mitchell, C. McGowan, E. McGowan, L. McNeely, Dot Peebles, B. 

Templeton, Frances Warren, S. Wright. 
SOPHOMORES— G. Bugg, Eleanor Beeland, J. Gleason, J. Hai-vley, 

G. Haynes, A. Lane, D. Montgomery, L. McCoy, B. Sheppard, M. 

TeBow, J. Tucker. 
FRESHMAN— J. Coffield, K. Collins, B. Cook, M. Count, P. Davidson, 

T. Dowd. V. Etheridge, M. Kennies, M. J. Hutto, R. Johnson, 

G. Lackman, V. May, M. Merritt, B. Middleton, L. Morgan, M. J. 

Owens, A. M. Pennv, R. M. Roberts, H. Wood, M. C. von Sprecken, 

M. Wright, M. E. Bailey. 

Dramatic class. 



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The president meets informally with the group. 




FRENCH CLUB 



OFFICERS 

resident MARGARET MOSS 

Vice-President MAC CHRISTIAN 

Secretary ROBERTA BROADWATER 

Treasurer JANE POUND 

,...,, . MISS ANNIE M. PAGE 

^^''"^ I MISS VIRGINIA VIDETTO 

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Back row : Pound, Christian, Broadwater. 
Front row: Page, Moss, Videtto. 



The French Club was organized at the 
beginning of this school year. Junior mem- 
bers were taken into the club at the begin- 
ning of the second term. Each girl must 
maintain an average of eighty in French to 
become a member. Meetings are held twice 
a month. At these meetings, the members 
study France, French authors and their 
works, and they play French games. Offi- 
cers for the new year are elected during the 
last meeting in April. 



Top — Back row: Cliatt, Oellerich, Petersen, 
Adams. 
Front row: Bailey, Roesel. Gray. Moss. 

Bottom — Back row: Hurlbutt, Livingston. 
Rosier. 

Front row: Guren. Pound, Mac 
Christian, Ruth Sharpe, Smith. 



MEMBERS 

SENIORS: .\liee .\dam;, Viigrinia .\ndei-son. 
Lois Bailey, Roberta Broadwater, Mac Chris- 
tian, Mary Christian, Betty Council', Joan 
Davidson, Dorothy Gray. Phyllis Guren. Betty 
Harden, Shirley Klion, Margaret Moss, Jane 
Pound, Martha Roesel, Ruth Sharpe. 

JUNIORS: Betty Jo .\llen, .A.lice Carter, Jennie 
Sue Cliatt, Betty Dicks, Frieda Gillnian, Betty 
Givens, Edna Hildebrandt. Bettv Hollings- 
worth, Nucia Hurlbutt, Jean Lichtenstein. 
Gloria Livingston, Helen Mulligan, Marv Oel- 
levich, Marjorie Petersen. Mildred Sharpe, 
Emily Smith, Joanne von Spi-ecken. 




AT SCHOOL 

Back row:Guren. Davidson, Mildred Sharpe, Mary Christian, 
.\nderson, Griner. 

Front row: Harden. Dicks, Givens, Carter. 






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OFFICJ 



President 




PRESCOTT 



Broadwater. Miller, rrej-iott. Elliott. 



The Spanish Club is composed of girls tak- 
ing their second year of high school Spanish. 
They meet usually once a month at the 
homes of the members. The faculty ad- 
viser, Miss Mary Miller, teaches them songs 
she brought back from Mexico. 

The high light of the year is the banquet 
with its Mexican theme, colorful decora- 
tions, and gay senoritas in bright costumes. 
Guests for the occasion are juniors who 
have averaged ninety in Spanish for the 
year. 

The Spanish Club, under the leadership 
of Miss Miller for the past ten years, has 
done some very interesting work. 



PAT ELLIOTT 

RTA BROADWATER 

MISS MILLER 



MEMBERS 

Sarah Allgood, Jewel Barnes, Roberta Broad- 
water, Erin Cannon, Shannon Carter, Evelyn 
Dorn, Pat Elliott, Eugenia Hughes, Christine 
Miller, Jane Pound, Ina Prescott, Elizabeth 
Rose, Louise Smedley, Lena Stavro. 




A few members on the 
steps at Tubman. 



Spanish Club, featuring Sarah in 
Mexican Attire. 

Back row: Barnes. Rose, Pound, Stavro. 

Hughes. 
Front row: Dorn, Carter, Allgood, Winn. 



Nationa 

OFFICERS 

First Term: 

Pi-esident MARCIA McCATHERX 

Vice-President....KATHERIXE AXXE EDELBLUT 

Secretary SUSAX MORRIS 

Treasurer MISS MABEL BYRD 

Second Term : 

Pi-esident SALLY MARTIX 

Vice-Pi-esident FRANCES WOODDALL 

Secretary BERTHA LEE 

Treasurer MISS MABEL BYRD 

FACULTY ADVISERS 
Mr. T. Harry Garrett Miss Dora Hains 

Miss Mabel Byrd 
Miss Gertrude Comey 
Miss Belle Walker 



SENIOR MEMBERS 

Roberta Broad\yater. Katlierine Anne Edelblut, 
Margaret Fiske, Virginia Jameson, Sally Mar- 
tin, Marcia McCathern, Xell Meese, Susan 
MoiTis, Doris Xewman, Patricia Price, Betty 
Smith, Cecelia Stulb, Frances Wooddall. 

jilNior members 

Margaret Boulineau. Emily Carswell, Mary 
Cleckley, Jennie Sue Cliatt. Xancy Hardy, 
Gloria Hamilton, Bertha Lee. Dorothea Lonas, 
Mary Oelleiich, Marjorie Petersen, Ruth Rob- 
ertson, Leona Jane Slusky, Allene Sumner, 
Marguerite Toole. 



Honor Society 




Top — Stulb. Meese. Jameson. Broadwater, Smith. Fiske, Newman, Price. 

Bottom — Boulineau. Petersen. Oellerich, Clecklev. Sumner, Hardv, Robert- 
son. Lonas, Cliatt, CarswelL 



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Top — Edelblut. Hains, McCathern. Byrd, 
Morris. 

Bottom — Walker. Wooddall, Martin. Lee. 
Comev. 



The Tubman Chapter of the 
National Honor Society was 
organized in the spring of 1940. 

Membership is based on 
qualities of leadership, schol- 
arship, character, and ser\'ice. 
Members must obtain a scho- 
lastic average of eighty-five in 
every subject during each 
year. Only Juniors and Sen- 
iors are eligible for active 
membership. 

Membership in the National 
Honor Society of Secondary 
Schools is a signal honor as ii 
rates for high schools as Phi 
Beta Kappa does,ft>r college. 



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IL AENEID 



BOOK II, 250-259 



Dark night steals from o'er the deep 
Overcoming all with soothing sleep. 
Did I say all? Ah, yet, harken! 
The clouds descend ; the heavens darken. 
Sinon, well versed in Grecian wiles. 
Signals the Greeks on yonder isles ; 
Then they set out for the opposite shore. 
'Neath a silent moon and with muffled oar. 
All Troy sleeps after mirth and wine ! 
They make for the shore in unbroken line; 
They make for the shore and disembark 
Within the walls and in the dark. 
Sinon opens the horse of pine ; 
The Greeks file forth; they form a line; 
They slay the guards and unbar the gates 
As was predestined by the Fates. 
Then those without and those within 
Ravage the city with unearthly din. 
Of what befell Troy on that fateful day 
You may read in Vergil's immortal lay. 

Nell Meese '41. 



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AENEID 



BOOK II, 105-119 



The ardent crowd was eager then to hear 

Searching answers, they anxiously drew near 

Awaiting reasons, silent every man. ; 

Aeneas, thus, from his high couch began: 

"Then truly did we explanations seek, 

Still ignorant of the double dealing Greek. 

Sinon trembled as he told this story, 

'The Greeks have often wished to flee from Troy 

Wearied with war, they long have yearned to part," 

But bitter storms as oft delayed their start. 

South winds kept them in terror of the sea 

For the maple horse was where it ought to be. 

Dark clouds thundered, the sun refused to shine. 

In haste we sent Eurypylus to Phoebus' shrine. 

From Phoebus' shrine this oracle he brought : 

(Our messenger gave utterance to our thought) 

When first in Troy you fled the angry flood 

You did appease the winds with a maiden's blood 

Again by blood, if to embark you reck, 

You can allay the waves. It must be by the blood of a Greek!' 



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At Work and Play 
All Over the Campus 



That must be an acceptable excuse. 



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Be careful of the formula, girls. 
There's a building at stake! 



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A Swallow Flying 

I saw a swallow flying 
Against the autumn Sky, 
And, oh. what joy there is to see 
A swallow winging by. 

It spread its wings into the wind 
So swift my eye soon lost its trace. 
And. oh. what joy there was to watch 
It vanishing in space! 

I wish my heart w ere Hke that bird 
That it might go a-winging 
Alone into a w orld of mine 
And there be ever singing! 

Harriette Kahrs '43. 



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Snow Flakes 

Now white against the blue-gray sky 

Now silver on the gray-green grass 

Snow flakes twirling 

Ceaselessly whirling 

Pearl the earth with glittering dye. 

Sparkling w hite mist with a feathery sound 

Like a shower of stars from a hidden fountain 

Ever descending 

Endlessly blending 

Hides the earth w ith a silvery mound. 

Ann Fleming '41. 



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The Ballad of The Faculty-Sejuor Game 



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A stranj^er chanced to pass one daj;/ 
By the gates of Tubman High C^ 

When there arose within those walls 
A mighty hue and cry. 

The very walls did seem to shake 

And tremble in his sight. 
The stranger then drew night a bit 

To see what caused this plight. 

He saw the roof begin to rise 

From such an awful din. 
The stranger then drew nearer still 

To learn whit was within. 

Now in there rtished two lusty teams 

Of bounding lassies gay?" 
The stranger asked a girl near-by 

"Why such a gala day?" 

"Why dont you KViow, you poor dumb thing ! 

To-day they play the game 
Faculty versus Senior Class 

To do or die their aim. 

"Miss Braddy there, the tiny one, 

Is captain of our teachers." 
And when he saw the one described 

A smile broke o'er his features. 

Seniors led by Skyscraper Hurst 

Advance into their places. 
The teachers yUw their stalwart foes 

That sight tlfeir smiles erases. 

"What makes me welkin now to ring 

With echoes loud and shrill ." 
"Those shorts on Remington Rogers 

Just gave the\gi^is a thrill." 

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That shadow^with such potent strength 

Is Julius Caesar's ghost 
That's why McAuliffe meets so well 

The charging senior host. 

At lenth the teachers make a point 
While Boatwright leads the yelling! 

Three cheers for Rookie Bearden! 
Hurrah for Oxygen Stelling! 

"What makes the rafters so resound 

With such an awful roar." 
"That's only Loudspeaker \q^ K^mp 

She's piling up the score." ^^^ 

Chick Evans follows Catclr&lswell 
They both have manful swings. 

And Jumper Jones bounds ajl^'^about 
As if controlled by string^ 

And now the game is near the end\\ 
You bet the seniors shine! .^-^ 

But see who's coming up to serve; 
It's Backstop Brisendine! 

"What makes the building so to quake 
And tremble more and more?" 

"Why, that's only Tiptoe Lombard 
As she trips across the floor." 

The time has come to end the fight 
Up comes Bunker Hill Strauss; 

She scores a point for f ayilty 
When she swats the balj^ross. 

Believe it or not for Ripley' *» 

The faculty won the ^ame. 
And now their heads are^in the clouds; 

They'll never be the same! 

ncy Hardy '42. 
ertha Lee '42. 










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OFFICERS OF THE HOME 
ECONOMICS CLUB 

VIRGINIA ETHEREDGE 
President 

BETTY BOARDMAN 

Vice-President 

EMILY SHEFTALL 
Secretary-Treasurer 







An exit well known to Tubman girls. 



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-Tk. LAST WILL 



DATED MAY 29, 1941 



We. the Senior Class of Tubman High School, being of 
sound and disposing mind; and, yet, being feeble in body 
and realizing that our days are numbered, do make, declare, 
and publish this oui' last will and testament in manner and 
form following: 

Item, We \\'ill bequeath our seats in chapel, our Kid Day 
di-esses, and our fondest ambitions to the Senior Class of 1942. 

Item. We do -^ill and bequeath to the Faculty a placard 
with the inscription: Marriage Rules Unfaii' to Faculty. We hope that the Faculty 
wiU form relays and march up and down the halls picketing the married seniors. 

Item, We will and bequeath to Miss McAuliffe and to Miss Jones one camera that 
will take clear shots and one senior who can operate it. 

Item, We will and bequeath to Miss Halbert one Senior Chorus composed of the 
proper number of sopranos and altos. 

Item, We will and bequeath to Miss Boatwright, Mildred Mills' northern accent and 
to Miss Comey, Maude Gary's southern di'awl. We hope that between them they will 
evolve a universal accent. 

Item. We do will and bequeath Frankie Kirkland's place as assistant in Chemistry 
Lab to Mary Ann Daniels, hoping that Mar}' Ann will not mind having her hands dis- 
colored with silver nitrate. 

Item, We will to Betty Dicks, Joan Da^^dson's friendly smile. 

Item. We will and bequeath Mac Christian's abilitj'' to organize to .Jeanne Culpepper. 

Item, We do will and bequeath the seats in the lunch room now in possession of 
Roseann Hallman, Shii-ley Blum, and Jewel Fox to Billie Hallman, Sally Plane, and 
Hilda Popkin. 

Item. We wiU and bequeath Katherine Anne Edelblut's speed in translating Latin 
to Patience Middleton. hoping that Patience ■«ill use it as effectively as Katherine 
Anne did. 

Item. We do will and bequeath Carohm MicheFs own way of sajdng "Hello" to the 
Freshman B's. 

Item, We will and bequeath to Mildred Teuton. Bobbie Barrentine's ability to trim 
Snickers to the last peanut. 



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WITNESSED HEREBY AT AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Item, We will and bequeath Elizabeth Hurst's only compact to Anne Kelly, hoping 
that Anne will find more use for it than Elizabeth did. 

Item, We will and bequeath Louise Torpin's gentle manner to Marguerite Toole, 
hoping that Marg-uerite will use it in class. 

Item, We will and bequeath Sally Martin's ability to get ads from hardened busi- 
ness men to Bertha Lee. 

Item, We will and bequeath Susan Morris' friendly nature to her little sister Dafoe. 

Item, We will and bequeath Dorothy Gray's ability to make herself heard to her 
little sister Louise. 

Item, We will and bequeath to Nancy Hardy the task of leading her class to victory 
against the Faculty in volley ball. 

Item, We will and bequeath to Mary Cl'ckley, Cynthia Sheftall's column in the 
newspaper, hoping that Mary will make it as interesting as Cynthia has. 

Item, We will and bequeath Roberta Broadwater's love of study to Joanne von 
Sprecken. 

Item, We will and bequeath Marcia McCathern's front desk in Vergil class to 
Gloria Hamilton, hoping that Gloria will not be distracted by the cars outside the win- 
dow. 

Item, We do will and bequeath to Miss Rogers one play suit, hoping that it will re 
mind her of Kid Day. 

Item, We do request that our report cards be buried with us. 



We do appoint the Faculty to be our executors, and do revoke 
all former wills, and publish this to be our last will and testament. 
In witness whereof, we hereunto put our hands on the day and the 
year above written. 

THE CLASS OF '41, 

Margaret Moss '41. 

Francess Wooddall '41. 





"For to her our hearts belong" 



The Staff of Maids and a Man wishes to express its gratitude 
to Mrs. Lombard Brinson for her cooperation in costuming the 
girls in the Feature Section, and to Robert Wilkinson for many 
of the snaps that are used throughout this volume of the year- 
book. 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

HOUSTON 
ICE & COAL CO. 

PHONE 2-7337 
Thirteenth at D'Antignac 



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TUBMAN HIGH 

SENIOR RINGS 

For any graduation year can 
be Supplied by — 

Herff Jones Co. 

We also have — 

"COLLEGIATE" 

Caps and Gowns 

CLINT W. LEE CO. 

Diplomas 

H. S. Canfield, Representative 

1560 Decatur Road 

Atlanta, Ga. 



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Johnson, Lane, Space & Co., Inc. 

INVESTMENT SECURITIES 
Telephone 2-7741 

ATLANTA AUGUSTA SAVANNAH 



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Georgia-Carolina Warehouse & Compress Co. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 
STORAGE CAPACITY 100,000 BALES 



LANSING B. LEE, 
President 



J. L. BARTLEY^ 
Vice-President and Treasurer 



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Compliments of 

General Tire and 
Supply Company 

"Augusta's Master Service 
Station" 

BROAD AT 12TH ST. 

Hill Branch : Walton Way at 
Baker Avenue 



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Georgia-Carolina Dairies 

927 Walker Street 
Augusta, Ga. 

Compliments of 

Sancken's 

ICE CREAM and MILK 

Visitors are Cordially Invited 
to Visit at any time Our Certi- 
fied Dairy. 

Old Savannah Road 




724 BROAD STREET 

"Where Smart People Meet Smart Fashions" 

A Complete Line of 

FROCKS, COATS, SUITS, MILLINERY AND 

ACCESSORIES FOR THE JUNIOR MISS 



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Augusta Sporting 
Goods Company 

"EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY 
SPORT" 

210-212 Eighth Street 

Phone 2-6007 



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Compliments of 



Hugh Barton 



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COMPLIMENTS 



Belk - White - Luke 



845 BROAD ST. 



Compliments of 



Bell Finance Company 

J. C. BLACK, Manager 
222-223 S. F. C. Bldg. 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



Augusta Rooting & Metal Works 

623 Reynolds Street 
PHONE 2-2318 



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BENSON'S STORAGE GARAGE 

storage - Washing - Greasing 

Vulcanizing - Battery Service 

GASOLINE AND OILS 

Dial 2-8887 - 2-8888 836 Ellis St. 



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FRANKLIN 

CANE 

SUGAR 



SundardofPunty' 

Granulated 

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Emory Williamson 
Company 

Distributors 
Augusta, Georgia 



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Beauty Center 

COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 

Greene at Eleventh 

Telephone 2-5073 

ADLAIDE C. ARNDT 

MATTIE I. CRAWFORD 

BESSIE P. OONLON 







978 BROAD ST. 



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Compliments of 



Augusta Hardwood Co. 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



N & W 
Camera Exchange 

KODAKS AND CAMERAS 

MOVIE EQUIPMENT 

DARK ROOM SUPPLIES 

Phone 2-4057 — 220 Eighth St. 



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E. J. Erbelding 
and Co. 

Good Plumbing 



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PLYMOUTH - DODGE 
SALES AND SERVICE 



521 Broad St. — Phone 2-7731 
Augusta, Georgia 



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Comphments of 

Willingham Automobile 
Finance Corp. 

"A HOME COMPANY FOR HOME 
FOLKS" 

Broad at Eighth — Phone 2-8894 

Augusta, Ga. 




HERMAN 

AND 
■'■'^ — , INC 

ealtors 



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REAL ESTATE 

RENTING - MORTGAGE LOANS 

INSURANCE 



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Hurst Business College 

S. F. C. Bldg. 
COMPLETE OFFICE TRAINING 



"Flowers For All Occasions" 

Walton Way at Metcalf 

PHONE 3-4406 and 3-4407 



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Compliments of 



Keel's Service Station 



1924 WALTON WAY 



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THE GEORGIA-CAROLINA BRICK 
AND TILE CO. 

Manufacturevs 
HIGH GRADE CLAY PRODUCTS 

Hollow Building Tile, Common Building. 
Augusta Smooth Face. 

Augusta Rough Face Brick 

Offices: 748 Reynolds St. 
AUGUSTA, GA. 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 



Home Folks 



754 BROAD STREET 



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Optical Departments in All Stores 
Phone 2-6861 

Friedmans Jewelers 

826 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 

South's Oldest Credit Jewelers 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, 

SILVERWARE, RADIOS 



The Best in Eats and Sodas will always 
be found at 

HILL'S 

DRIVE IN 

SODAS 

626 BROAD ST. 

"Augusta's Only Curb Service" 

Parking- Lot For Your Convenience 



Georgia Trucic & Equipment Co. 

DISTRIBUTORS 

Trailers, Diesels, Tractors, Power Brakes 
and Commercial Equipment 

CADILLAC-LaSALLE AUTOMOBILES 
GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS 

Ninth Street — Telephone 2-6876 

Augusta, Ga. 



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J. S. Fox Candy Company | | 



SWEETEST AND BEST 



Phone 2-8104 — Augusta. Ga. 



Compliments of 

S. Donald Fortson Co. 

mLL SUPPLIES 

Phone 2-5536 

Ninth and Re^'nold3 Strests 



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COMPLDIENTS 
OF 

F. E. Ferris 

AND 

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Central Garden Florist 

Augusta's Flowers Since 1869 

Cordially invites you to visit 
our new shop 

MR. AND MRS. N. C. ANDERSON 
Mrs. James Gardiner 
Miss .\nne Anderson 



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The Store of Quality and Originality 

^ Alex G. Edelblut Furniture Co, 

1 Modern Furniture :: Reproductions 
Antique^ :: Fabrics :: Rugs 
Imported Brassware 
Augusta, Ga. 



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Feedright Milling Co. 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 
"Your Friends Forever" 



The Cullum School 
of Lip Reading 

510 Greene Street 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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Compliments of 

J. C. Penney Co. 

(Incorporated) 
840-844 Broad Street 

"It Pays to Shop at Penney's" 



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Compliments of 



Hotel Richmond 



Drink 
ROYAL CROWN COLA 

Tops in Taste 

Royal Crown Bottling Co. 



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For 
BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS 

BREAULT 

Saxon-Gullum Studio 



Compliments of 

Phoenix Oil Co. 

Heating and Air Conditioning Div. 

Air Conditioning, Heating, 

Oil Burners, Stokers, Oil Burning 

Circulating Heaters and Water 

Heaters 

700 Twiggs St. Phone 2-5321 

AUGUSTA. GA. 



Compliments of 


W. E. RAINES & CO. 


BUILDING SPECIALTIES 


Phone 2-2176 


842 REYNOLDS ST. 
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Wm. Schweigert Co. 

JEWELERS 



846 Broad St. 



CHINA - GLASS - GIFTS 



Compliments and Best Wishes 



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Pontiac Master Auto Service 

Ellis at 10th Street 



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S. R. Kellq & Son 

MARBLE AND GRANITE 
MEMORIALS 



Phone 2-4522 
Ninth and Fenwick Sts. 



Compliments of 



The Partridge Inn 



Open Year-Round 



MEREDITH'S 

OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS 

740 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 

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Compliments of 

Local Finance Co. 

H. 0. TABB. Manager 
Lobby of Masonic Building 



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Leape, Duvall & Powell 



REALTORS 
Herald Bldg. 



INSURANCE 

Augusta. Ga. 



Lockliart, McAuliite & Co. 

(Incorporated) 
ESTABLISHED 1902 

REAL ESTATE 
FIRE INSURANCE 

807 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



Engraving, Books, Fine Stationery, 

Kodaks, Photographic Supplies 

Office Equipment 

Murphy Stationery Co. 



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Augusta, Ga. 



Phone 2-2122 



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Wm. F. Law, Jr., Agent 

GENERAL INSURANCE 
Fire. Liability. Bonds. Insurance 

Lobby Masonic Bldg. - Phone 2-4228 
Augusta, Ga. 



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BUY 



TEXACO GAS 

Boardman Oil Go. 



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SPORTING GOODS 

BASKETBALL TENNIS 

BADMINTON 

BfJiiien iirri.s. Hardiiiare (.'o. 

PHONE 2-8855 

905 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Blanchard & Calhoun 
Realty Co. 



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BEST WISHES FROM 

Clark 
Milling Company 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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W. F. BURTON 

STAPLE AND FANCY 
GROCERIES 

421 Crawford Ave. — Dial 3-4429 

If we please you, tell others 
If not tell us. 




BUTLER'S 

BEAUTIFUL SHOES 

922 Broad Street 
Phone 2-5534 — Augusta, Ga. 



BYRD'S 



USED CARS 
Tires, Tubies, Batteries and Radios 

1294 Broad St. 
Phone 2-7558 — Augusta, Ga. 



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TWI6GS OPTICIANS 

EXCLUSIVE DISPENSERS TO EYE 
PHYSICIANS 

423 Southern Finance Building 

AUGUSTA. GA. 



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STAM-mPlM 

LAUNDRY - CLEANING - DYEING 

Plant— Druid Park Ave. 
PHONE 3-3611 



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Standard Finance and 
Loan Company 

of Augusta 

Ground Floor Southern Finance Bldg. 

Augusta. Georgia 

H. H. MOSS, Secretary-Treasurer 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

SILVERS 5 X- Ilk 
STORE 



Southeastern 
Fur Co. 

STORAGE 

SALES AND REPAIRS 

911 Greene St. Augusta, Ga. 



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YOU ARE ALWAYS \^T;LC0:\IE 
AT 

WALGREEN DRUG STORES 

BROAD AT NINTH 



R. L Sumerau & Son 

COLUMBIA AND SEMINOLE 
BICYCLES 

Cash or Easy Terms 



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"Get the facts and you'll get a Ford" 
See and Drive the BIG New Ford 

Walker-DuRant Motor Co. 

1 Authorized Ford Dealer 

Phone 2-5371 — Broad at 14th St. 
Augusta, Ga. 



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Compliments of 

McElmurray's Bakery and 

Sandwich Shop 

It Pleases Us to Please You 
North Augusta, S. C. 


PERKINS LUMBER CO. 

Yellow Pine Hardwoods 

Mill Work, Cabinet Work 
619 13th Street Tel. 2-2429 


MERCHANTS BAKING CO. 

AUNT BETTY'S ROLLS, 
BREAD AND CAKES 


ROZELLA BEAUTY SALON 

217 Ninth Street, Dial 2-8461 

REALISTIC PERMANENT WAVING 

Special Attention Given to Cutting 

Women's and Children's Hair 
Shampoo and Wave 50c - Manicure 50c 


Compliments of 
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 


Shop at 

RUBEN'S 

Better Merchandise for Less Money 

RUBEN'S 

Phone 2-6671 — 916 Broad St. 


Compliments of 
MEYER & SMITH 


SOUTHERN WELDING CO. 

Electric and Acetylene Welding 

Auto Axles and Wheels 

Aligned Accurately 

623 Ellis Street, Augusta, Ga. 


Compliments of 
MONTE SANO BEAUTY SHOP 

The Hill 

1426 Monte Sano Ave. 

Phone 3-7549 


Compliments of 
WHITE PRODUCTS CO. 


MULHERIN LUMBER CO. 

LUMBER — MILL WORK 

CABINET WORK 

Phone 2-4996 

625 13th St. Augusta, Ga. 


SANFORD'S CHICKEN COOP 

QUALITY FRYERS 

Pick "Yo" Pieces 

1326 Greene Phone 2-8952 


NEWTON'S SERVICE 
STATION 

1601 Central Avenue Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 3-7471 


PERMANENT WAVES 

For Women Who Care 

WALDORF BEAUTY SHOPPE 

926 Broad St. 


PAT'S GROCERY & MARKET 

Fresh Vegetables — Fresh Meats 

School Supplies 

1728 Walton Way Phone 3-5175 

Augusta, Ga. 


Compliments of 
SWEET SHOPPE 






For Those WTio Want the Best 

DANIELS SHOE REPAIR 

909 Broad Street 

Dial 2-7545 


JERNIGAN HARDWARE CO. 

HARDW.ARE - STOVES - PAINTS 

1033-1089 Broad St. - Phone 2-6818 

Augusta, Ga. 


W. R. DAWSON & CO. 

INSURANCE 
118 Eighth St. — Augusta. Ga. 


Compliments of 

KINGS WAY PHAR.AIACY 

2113 Kings Way — Phone 3-4456 

MADEBACH and BLANCHARD 

Registered Pharmacists 


Compliments of 
DYES SUPER MARKET 

2102 Oglethorpe Avenue 


KING'S DRUG STORE 

Service That Satisfies 

PHON-E 2-6414 

1531 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. 


EDMUNDS DRUG COMPANY 

"In Business For Your Health" 
PRESCRIPTION SPECLA.LIST 
Phone 2-6855 — 502 Broad St. 


Compliments of 
S. H. KRESS & CO. 

834 Broad St. 
5c - 10c and 25c Store 


Compliments of 
EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 

1201-03 Broad Street 
NEW AND USED FURNITURE 


Compliments of 

LAMAR SODA FOUNT 

Weeks and Clary, Props. 

Phone 2-2076 


Compliments of 
"HY" FARRIS CASH STORE 

1-388 Walton Way 


MARILYN SLIPPER SHOP 

SMART footwear: 
SHEER hosiery: 


Grealish-Poteet & Walker 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

Ambulance Service 

Phone 2-7744 — 529 Greene St. 

Augusta, Ga. 


For Handkerchiefs and Linens 

Come to 

MARKS LINEN SHOP 

943 Ellis Street 


Holleman-Miller Company 

OFFICE SUPPLIES AND 
EQUIP:kIENT 

103 Eighth St. Phone 2-8119 
Augusta, Ga. 


Compliments of 

"DOMINO SUGARS" 

SA3I L. McCREARY, 

Merchandise Broker 

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STULB'S NURSERY 

FLORIST 
Founded 1891 



BETTER BUILDING MATERIALS 

AUGUSTA BUILDING 
SUPPLY CO. 

1559 Broad Street 



AUGUSTA CLEANERS 

1531 Walton Way 
Dial 2-4196 — Delivery 



Compliments of 

THE AUGUSTA GARAGE 

740 Reynolds St. 



BECKUM & JONES 

JEWELERS 

222 Ninth Street 

Walk A Few Steps and Save 

Phone 2-6707 For Correct Time 



Compliments of 
BELL BONNET SHOP 

827 Greene Street 



Compliments of the 
BELMONT CAFE 

The Best in Town 



Compliments of 

E. R. ROBINSON 

Big Star Store 



Congratulations from 
BUSH'S FLORIST 

North Augusta, S. C. 



THOMAS H. BRITTINGHAM 

Plumbing and Heating Contractor 

919 12th Street 
Phone 2-7815 Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 
CHESSER AND ALLEN 



Compliments of 

CLAUSSEN-LAWRENCE 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 



PONDER'S 
DE LUXE PAINT SHOP 

Auto Painting 

Wrecked Car Repairing 

S36 Reynolds St. — Augusta, Ga. 

PHONE 2-6757 



CLYDE DUNAWAY 

LaSalle — BICYCLES — Majestic 
215 12th St. — Phone 2-4208 



L. W. Cooper F. B. Tvler 

COOPER & TYLER 

Attorneys at Law 

406-408 Herald Building 
Phone 2-7238 Augusta, Ga. 



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Culpepper- Walker-Grear 
Furniture Co., Inc. 

Complete Home Furnishings 

1204-6 Broad St. Phone 2-4142 



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